fag: h friE LANCASTER, 10.), EAGLE-GAZETTE, Wednesday, November 25, If 59 Buckeye CagersHeed luck1 7- i COLUMBUS, Ohio (AH The many "plus factors about Ohio State's basketball team must be tempered with two facts, says their coach a tough schedule and !the youth of the club. ; Fred B. Taylor made the comment Tuesday as he briefed sports-writers on the Buckeyes' 24-game 1959-60 schedule. Fred B. Taylor made the com-ment Tuesday as he briefed sports-writers on the Buckeyes' 24-game 1959-60 schedule. . Taylor listed his plus factors as good size, shooting, rebounding, maneuvering speed, intelligence, attitude and talent The former Ohio State center listed size at the top of the list. His starting lineup averages more than 6-5 including 6-8 sophomore Jerry Lucas. However, Taylor added: "You also have to have a little luck to be successful and if you go to sleep in our league, someone raps you." Already rated in some polls as one of the nations top ten, Ohio State meets Wake Forest here Dec. 1 in its opener. The Buckeyes play four home games in the first seven days of the season. Indiana and Illinois are the first conference games. The pre-conefrence slate includes St. Louis and Brig-ham Young. "No one can accuse us of playing an easy schedule," Taylor noted. In addition to Lucas, who broke most of Ohio's high school records in three years at Middlctown, Taylor's team includes: Larry Siegfried, 6-4 Shelby junior, one of the Big Ten's best guards last year with a 19.6 scoring average. Of him Taylor says: "We're counting on him as our back court quarterback this year. He's a real' competitor." Joe Roberts, 6-6, and Dick Furry, 6-7, both Columbus seniors, at forwards. Taylor says Furry has met the challenge of a sophomore trying to take his job, and that Roberts "when he is right, is very right we look for Joe to h?ve a fine year." The other probable starter, at guard, is Mel Nowell, 6-2 sophomore from Columbus. Taylor says he's a good shooter, passer, feeder and has good hands, and that "he can take a bump and it doesn't bother him." As for the other members of the Buck squad, John Havlicek, a sophomore, has been pressing for a starting chance at forward. Taylor says he's a "throwback to the old days he likes to play defense." Havlicek, 6-5, from Lansing, Ohio, has great speed. Then there's Richie Hoyt, 6-4, a Mount Vernon junior, and Howard Nourse, 6-7 senior from Springfield who probably will be used in spot assignments along with Bobby Knight, 6-4 sophomore sharpshooter from Orrville. Gary Gearhart, 6-2, New Lebanon sophomore, and J. T. Landes, 5-11 Columbus sophomore, have been slowed by surgery during the preseason practice, Gearhart with an appendectomy and Landes with an abdominal operation. The rest of the squad includes John Cedargren, 6-5, and Dave Barker, 6-2, both Columbus sen iors; Jim Allen, 5-9, Columbus, and Gary Milliken, 5-11, Waynes- burg, Pa., both juniors, up from last season's junior varsity, and Nelson Miller, 6-3, Reading, Ohio, sophomore. Hockey Scores National Hockey League By The Associated Press Tuesday Results No games Wednesday Schedule Boston at New York Thursday Schedule Montreal at Detroit Toronto at Chicago New York at Boston WL THANKSGIVING DAY 11A.M. to 1A.M. SATURDAY 11 A.M. fo 1 A.M. SUNDAY 11A.M. to 1 A.M. Home of Lancaster's Housewives Leagues -k Home of Lancaster's Men and Ladies All-Star Leagues - Heme of Lancaster's Teen Age Bowling Club Whether you are a star or a novice, you will enjoy bowling best on our well conditioned lanes. ROTIIFUSS' MT. PLEASANT LANES AND 20th CENTURY LANES Four Football Races Decided Turkey Day By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Four college conferences which take pride in their close 'and unpredictable football competition, bring their title races right down to the wire Thanksgiving Day. The holiday games, dwindling in important and number in recent years, likely will be deciding factors in the Ivy League, Southern Conference, Missouri Valley and Southwest Conference championships and in the naming of one team for a major New Year's Day bowl game. If Texas, rated the No. 4 team in the nation in the latest Associated Press poll, can win from Texas AiM Thursday, they'll share the Southwest title with Arkansas and automatically get the bid to play unbeaten Syracuse in the Cotton Bowl. Texas Christian also can tie for the championship by beating Southern Methodist Saturday, but under conference procedure Texas Games of Thursday, Nov. 26 (Prolublo Winner CepifaZueiJ EROYVN-Colgate CINCINJf ATI-Miami (0.) Denvcr-YYTOMING TV Came the Day DVKE-North Carolina FENNSYLVANIA-Cornel! RICHMOND-Wm & Mary Texas A & M-TEXAS VA MIUTARY-Va. Tech IVichita-TULSA Games of Saturday, X or. 28 Alabama-ATJBURN ARIZONA STATE-Arizona 17 Came cj the Day ARMY-Navy Colorado-AIR FORCE FLORIDA-Miami (Fla) Furman-CLEMSON Georgia Tech GEORGIA HOLY CROSS-Boston Col Miss State-MISSISSIPPI NOTRE DAME-S Calif OKLAHOMA-Okla State Rice-BAYLOR TENNESSEE-Vanderbilt TEX CHRISTIAN-S Methodist UCL A-LTtah WAKE FOREST-S Carolina (Distributed Irj Central Press) Bowling MT. PLEASANT LANES Ladies All Star LeaKin" Dot Bolin 5t6; Villa Hildehrawi 210; Jo-Kar Restaurnt 852. 2432. Dan Dee Chips 0, Kaumeyer Flowers 3; Mast's Market 'i. Jo-Kar Restaurant 2'4; Ace Bowling & Billiard 2, Gaffney .Motor Freight 1. l.Hilie Matinefl Leaeup Helen McLaughlin 145; Carol Bo-yer 39: The Taualongs 470, 1381. The Slow Pokes 1, The Tagalongs 2; The Do It Hards 2. The Blow Torch's 1; The Creepers 1, The Stinkers 2. Anehor Hix'king Auxiliary League Louise Wilson 22, 527; "Fire King 767, 2172. AZ-urite 3, Jadite 0; Crystal 1, Ruby 2; Ivory 1, Fire King 2. Anehor Hnrkine Men lgne Carl Parrish 573; R. Pierce 216; F. S. Machine 2716; Tanks 977. Mach. II 3, Maintenance 0: Fin- 1 ( ; gets first call and Arkansas second in event of a tie. So TCU also has accepted a bid to play in the Bluebonnet Bowl at Houston, Dec. 19, and Arkansas has agreed to play in the Gator Bowl Jan. 2 unless it takes the undisputed title. " la the Ivy League Pennsylvania can complete an amazing climb from its non-winning seasons cf recent years to the top of the heap by beating its old rival Cornell. Penn is 5-1 in the league standing and Dartmouth, last year's champion, is 5-1-1. A Penn-Cornell tie would leave them deadlocked, but the Quakers are expected to go all out for a victory over a team that has split even in six Ivy games. The Missouri Valley conference, like the Southwest, could wind up in a three-way tie and it appears more likely. North Texas State and Houston have completed con ference competition with 3-1 records. Tulsa can join them by beating Wichita (0-2-1) in a re play of last year's exciting game when the situation was reversed. Houston meets Washington State in a non-conference game. Its a head-to-head struggle be tween Virginia Military (4-0-1) and Virginia Tech (3-0) for the South ern Conference crown on a neu tral field at Roanoke, Va. The rest of the Thanksgiving program consists mainly of traditional games with no bearing on titles. North Carolina and Duke and William and Mary and Richmond meet in a couple of interesting though indecisive Southern clashes. The first is the national TV game of the day. Ivy League Brown plays Colgate in a morning game; Wyoming, with the Skyline Conference title clinched, plays Denver and Miami (Ohio) and Cincinnati stage an inter-conference clash. Brennan, Dave Candidates For CHAMPAIGN, 111. (AP)-In the past 47 years there have been six University of Illinois presidents but only two football coaches. In finding a replacement for Coach Ray Eliot, who now has become assistant athletic director, the school's inexperience may be showing. About the only thing fairly definite is that a new coach will be named before Christmas, before University President David D. Henry leaves for India as a State Department representative Dec. 26. Since the late Bob Zuppke served for 29 years and Eliot for 18, a long coaching tenure apparently would apply to the next head man. This in turn projects him as a younger man. Results ishers 2, Dee. n 1; F. S. Mach, Sluer Tanks 2, Labor Crew 1. Men's All Star League 1 Jim Bowes 634; Clarence Beery 247 Anchor Hocking Glass 1044, Mast's Market 1, Householder's Pontiac 2; Farmer's A Citizens Bank 2, Glass Bar 1; Kenny'i Restaurant 2, Wiedemann Beer 1; Burger Beer 2, Anchor Hocking Glass 1. Fraternal league Jim Shaner 18, 256; Jr. Chamber or Commerce 929, 2613. Jr. Chamber of Commerce 3, Lions No. 2 0; Rotary 1. Eagles 2; Lions No, 1 3, Klwanls 0; Moose Lodge 1, Knights of Columbus 2. Housewives 1eaeue Gladys Coulter 185, 523; Conrad Builders Dy, isaz. Park's Service Center 1, Kenny's Restaurant i; uittoe, Builders 3, VV. C. Roush, Contractor 0; Conrad Builders 3, Stewart Bros. Alban Co. 0; Ohio Electric 2, Wilson Graphic Arts 1. A. H. General Office Girls League Ann McAnespie 419; Mary Mathi- as it; .MynaK s I4uw: kiwis Disselfinks 1, Mynaks 2; Dodos 1, furnns 2; kiwis a, Mag Pies L Industrial Leacue Bob Daubmire 614: Russ Brown 2-lS; Anchor HockinR Mould 2696; i Lancaster nel reads vtu. i Anchor Hocking Mould 2, Lane. ! Re-Treads 1; Variety 2, Gaylord Containers 1; Fairvlew Inn 2, John Clark Ins. 1; Lane. Modern Flooring 2, Diamond Power 1. RBM Girls Iagur ! Bettv Keener. Jackie Wharton 464; Jackie Wharton 191; Roller-Etles 1986; Shamrock 722. Five Errors 2, Relay Rollers 1: i Shamrock 1, Ten Pins 2; Bowling Greens 1, Roller-Ettes 2. ! 20TH CENTVRY ! Silky Sullivan 212-212. 5T7; Gulf ; 850; Robert's Clothing 2445. Anchor Hocking Mould 3. Maytag I Rodgers 0; Robert's Clothing 2, Gulf ! 1: RBM 2, Moose 1; Burger Beer 1, Culliean Soft Water 2. j Men's Independent league. I Geo. Staley 213, 549: Cordle Sin-: clair, Amanda 816; Dairy Queen ,2307. All Star Dairy 1, Dave's Pure Oil 2; Dairy Queen 1 Hermann's 2; 20th Century Lanes 1, Lane. Mould 2; ; Alliance TV 1, Cordle Sinclair 2. Gasro Leagu Dan Burton 212; Don Rldenour 545; Electroxen 832; Tappans 2366. lappans j, jtanoiant ires o; Janitrols 0, Electroxers 3. 20th Century Industrial league Chuck Mohler 221: Andy Anders 563; Grilli's Pizza 903: Old Dutch fBeer 2449. ; Grilli's Pizza 1, Old Dutch Beer i 2; Eagle-Gazette 1, Exchange Club !2; Carting's Black Label 1. Bill's Bar 2; Cedar Hill Nursery 3. Ohio i Bell 0. 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(Eagle-Gazette Sports Photo) itllassiilon By FRITZ HOWELL Associated Press Sports Writer COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)-Mas-sillon's Tigers looked natural today as they perched on Ohio's high school football throne. The Stark County powerhouse, winner of 10 straight, was voted the championship and the Rutgers Nelson Likely Illini Post If this holds true, it is the only clue as to whom Eliot's successor may be. Athletic Director Doug Mills, although knowing of Eliot's retirement for at least six months, told The Associated Press today that "the position is wide open." Answering the possible require ment of youth are Chuck Studley, captain of the 1951 Illini and tack le coach under Eliot for the past three years: Chuck Godfried, member of Illinois' first Rose Bowl team of a dozen years ago and Army line coach the last three seasons; Bob King of Fur-man, Illinois end coach for a number of years; David Nelson, University of Delaware strategist who has been a main speaker at several Illini coaching clinics, and Terry Brennan, ousted Notre Dame coach. NBA Scores National Basketball Assn. ' Tuesday Results Detroit 104, Cincinnati 91 Syracuse 120, New York 107 Wednesday Schedule Philadelphia at Boston Syracuse at 'Minneapolis St. Louis at Detroit Thursday Schedule Boston at Philadelphia Minneapolis at Cincinnati Syracuse at St. Louis SOX SIGN LOOK CHICAGO AP) - The Chicago White Sox today signed Dean Look, Michigan State football-baseball star, to an estimated $50,000 bonus contract for San Diego of the Pacific Coast League. Look, a senior, Monday was drafted by Denver of the new-American Football League. Look, who plays outfield in base ball, will report for spring train ing with San Diego. Sot -: X"'br'Wr- Jr , - ' ; Vv 1 L lT 7 - ft WINNING COMBO The good right arm of Bobby Layne, the veteran quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers, comes in for consideration here after the Steelers, n Layne'a arm, knocked off the Cleveland Browns, 21 to 20, In Cleveland, i j Lav'ne tossed the winning touchdown pass to Gern Nagler I (left) wita'40 seconds to play. Familiar n Final High Hall of Fame Trophy by 53 sports writers in the final Associated Press poll. It was Massillon's eighth title in the poll's 13 years. Only one other club, Canton Mc-Kinley, has won it twice. And McKinley, ancient foe of the Tigers, was the stepping stone to this year's triumph. A week ago Massillon was second to Springfield's nine-game winners in the ratings, but the Tigers tripped McKinley 20-0 Saturday, while Springfield was idle, to snatch the laurels. Only 16 of the 53 writers representing newspapers and radio-television stations were from the southern sector, but even the northern group was so impressed by Springfield's stature that it threw heavy support to the Wildcats. On the 10-9-8-etc. voting basis Massillon wound up with 427 points to Springfield's 389 a margin of 33. Massillon picked up 40 as four northern Ohio ballots put the Tigers in first place and ignored Springfield entirely. Had the four named Springfield to the second spot, the Wildcats would still have been two points off Massillon's total. Barberton Winner Barberton won the inaugural poll back in 1947, then Massillon cracked through for seven in a row, six under Coach Chuck Mather and one under Tom Harp. Wade Watts Canton McKinley club took over the next two years, followed by Cleveland Benedictine and Mel Knowlton's Alliance Aviators. The latter, defending champs, finished twelfth this time. The Rutgers Hall of Fame Trophy, emblematic of the championship and awarded annually to The Associated Press poll winner, must be captured three times for permanent possession. Massillon has1 one tucked away for its 1950-51-52 string, and today's conquest adds another for the 1953-54-59 championships. The award will be made at the Tiger-town banquet Thursday, Dec. 10. This is the second time Springfield has finished as runnerup to Massillon. In 1952 Jim McDonald's Wildcats matched Massillon's 10-game winning streak, but the voters gave the Tigers the nod. The Wildcats were ninth in 1949, fourth in 1950, third in 1951, second in 1952 and ninth in 1954, for the best showing any rebel team has ever Name In School State Poll made. Only other southern squads to menace the champions were Hamilton in 1950 and Portsmouth in 1953. Each finished second to Massillon. In addition to their unblemished records, the two leaders were close in everything else. Springfield averaged 45.3 points to Massillon's 43.1, and on defense the Wildcats had the better of it by allowing 4.2 points per game to Massillon's 4.6. None came close to the defensive mark of third-place Kettering Fairmont which allowed only seven points in winning nine straight. From here and there: Cleveland John Marshall (7-1-1) and Cleveland Benedictine (7-2-1) battle it out Thanksgiving morning for the city's championship. Parma, which eased into a ninth-place tie with Elyria in the poll, wound up with 19 straight wins and its second straight Lake Erie League title. The Buckeye Conference named Lorain's Art Lave as coach of the year. His 11-year record is 61-29-10. Martins Ferry whipped Bel-laire 20-14 for its first unbeaten-untied mark since 1936. Canton Central's dreams v?ere shattered 20-14 by Youngstown East each team winding up with a 9-1 record. The losers clung to seventh in the ratings. .Warren Harding finished with 8-2 by beating Youngs Crystal Ball Shows Cadets Edging Navy By HAROLD CLAASSEN Associated Press Sports Writer It's turkey time, when some col- ege football teams gobble up the opposition. We hope to give thanks for a good score this week. Army over Navy: Each team needs a victory here to salvage a dismal season. The Cadets have the better attack and should prove it Saturday. Texas over Texas AiM: How can you "beat the Longhorns out of the Cotton Bowl when Bobby Lackey directs the scoring machine and gudrd Bob Harwerth keeps the opposition, in check. They play this one Thursday. Southern California over Notre Dame: No matter how cold it gets in South Bend on Saturday, the Trojans will get up a head of steam. Georgia over Georgia Tech: This is the best Georgia team since the Sinkwich-Trippi era. It is a Saturday game. Duke over North Carolina: Your Thursday TV tidbit. Two teaais with disappointing records take it out on each other. i Taking a final, hurried romp over the chalklines: Fight Results j Oakland, Calif. Art Ratn poni, 135, Oakland, outpointed Jimmy Carter, 138, New York, 10. Erie. Pa. Johnny Bizzarre 133, Erie, stopped Dick White, 131, Youngstown, Ohio, 1. i Boise, Idaho Phil Moytr, 154, Portland, Ore., outpointed Glenn Burgess, 154, Meridian, Idaho, 10. i San Antonio, Tex. Roy Harris, 199, Cut and Shoot, Texi outpointed Alejandro Lavoran- te, 204, Argentina, 10. " r j Weirton, WV Va. -- Johnny Morris, 164, Pittsburgh, knock ed out Bobby Hughes, 164, War ren, Ohio, 7. When you have two men bow-1 lg on the same team as hot ai Bill Corsen and Dick Glaze, something ig bound to happen. P4U and Dick combined 711 and 683 to boost the powerful Daub-emire & Eisz Sohio Team to their huge 3100 total in the strong Merchants League . . . Grover Dillon, Jim Bowes, Harry Thomas and the Wildermuth boys rolled big sets in the Classic .. . Fern Fisher led a host of big scores in the Ladies Commercial with 224-566. There were six 500 sets in the League J . . Virgil George pounced on 2J7 in Men's Variety . . . Mae Sorrell's 230-598 was by far the best in the Ladies Social. We hope that Mae has found her stride again . . , Bill Rowland was rolling along at a 615 clip i Businessmen's League . . . Maxine Schultz splintered 517 despite a bad middle game in Ladies Variety . . . Cora Klontz, City Singles Queen, romped 468 in the Happy Homemakers League . . . Bus Keaton's 575 lpd the Twilight League . . . Bob Douglass was on the beam for IfO e RBM League with 247-618 Ginny Sullivan smacked a ce 460 for RBM Girls . . . ?red Corwin, City Association AP's Top town South 20-8. Paul Warfield, Warren halfback, scored all three touchdowns for a 93-point total. I Shelby, after winning nine in a frow, bowed 20-0 to Wooster. After losing early to Warren and Mas sillon, Hal Paul's Steubenville team rolled over six straight foes by 234-14. The 8-2 record is the Big Red's best since 1951 when it finished second in the poll. Dale Degenhardt of once-beaten Brilliant threw 13 touchdown passes to 225-pound 6-3 Jim Presley this year. Presley caught a total of 43. Dumped From Ratings East Liverpool, knocked out of the ratings by the 14-8 loss to Al liance, came up with the year's shortest kickoff. An onside attempt just brushed the ball out of bounds on the Potters' 41 a one- yard boot, where Alliance took over. Alliance's Mel Knowlton says Liverpool's Bob Mackall is the state's fastest back. Dennison St. Mary's made it 28 games without a loss by trimming Dover St. Joseph 60-6, and is stak ing a claim to the state Class A title. Bob Patin of the St. Marys team scored 38 of the 60 points to boost his season total to 206, a new Tuscarawas County record, The old mark was by Sam Mas cotti of Dover St. Joseph, who counted 192 in 1951 to finish see ond in the state to Chauncey-DoV' er's Hubert Bobo; THURSDAY Colgate over Brown, Cincinnati over Miami of Ohio, Wyoming over Denver, Penn over Cornell, Richmond over William & Mary, Virginia Military over Virginia Tech, Wichita over Tulsa, Washington State over Houston. SATURDAY East: Boston College over Holy Cross. South: Auburn over Alabama, Florida over Miami, Clemson over Furman, Mississippi over Mississippi State, Florida State over Tampa, Tennessee over Vander-bilt, South Carolina over Wake Forest. Midwest: Air Force over Colorado, Oklahoma over Oklahoma State. Southwest: Baylor over Rice, Texas Christian over Southern Methodist. Far West: Arizona State over Arizona, UCLA over Utah. SATURDAY, DEC. 5 Maryland over North Carolina State, Syracuse over UCLA. SUCH GOOD TASTE Secretary, rolled a unique aa spare game of 184 in the Fraternal League . . . Beulah Stren converted the difficult 8-10 split in the ' Housewives League . . . Tom Young's 578 was tops in Anchor Hocking Men . . . Midge Medler toppled 222-543 in Anchor Auxiliary League . . . With four 700's already in the record books this year, a 3100 team set. and a rash of 200 average bowlers, don't be too surprised to see a 300 game shot before the season ends . . . The Lancaster Men's Bowling Association Din ner and Meeting is December 6th. We urge all sanctioned league bowlers to try to attend and represent your league . . . Betty Azbell and Shirley Hard en had all honors in Anchor Hocking Office Girls League with a 153-373 series . . . Robert Lee had a nice 557 series in Friday IndustriaL His series gave him the championship in the Heart Fund Tournament held last week at 20th Century and Mt Pleasant Lanes . . . Pat Wagner took all honors in Ladies Nighthawk League with a 191-461 . . . Larry Wilson and Dean Bainter was big guns with 549 and 576 in Sportsman League . . . Kenny Figfins is making a comeback with a nice 557 .. . Ted Vess and Kenny Daubenmire did some good bowling with 538 and 529 in Independent . . . Burrell Tucker in Sugar Grove Gasco League hammered 226-581 ... Dave Wolf howled for 222 in Industrial . . . Marty Dresbach smashed 538 in Mixed Up Kids . . . Don Clafferty took honors in Church League with 533 .. . Mac Johnson, Secretary of the 20th Century Variety, held his 2nd Annual Turkey Shoot for his league which was won by Jim Karns . . . Five members of the Lincoln Lanes Classic League turned in top performances at the giant Cincinnati Stone's Handicap Bowling Tournament last weekend. Pete Mc-Guire and Noel Burcham took third place with a 1281 doubles score and Bernard Cook copped first place with a 693 total in the singles competition. Cook had an actual score of 597. Mc-Guire finished the weekend bowling in third place of the All-Events category with 1787. A team of Cook and Neal Baker rolled an 1188 in another doubles event. More than 400 teams and approximately 1000 bowlers are taking part in the weekend tourney in Cincinnati. Army-Navy Till Doesn't Worry Cadet Grid Pilot By JACK CLARY Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Saturday is Dale Hall's first Army-Navy game as head coach. Is the Army mentor worried? "I don't feel much different than before, even though this is my first game," Hall said today. "Under Col. (Earl) Blaik, this was my game. That is, I was the one who scouted the Navy and Col. Blaik always made the Navy scout responsible for the Army- Navy game. "I'm used to the pressure under that basis," Hall went on. "This year Tom Harp was the Navy scout so this is his game. He scouted them for six games and will be with me on the sidelines on Saturday." Cadets Impressed Harp's reports to Hall, plus an exchange of films covering all but the game prior to the huge classic this Saturday in Philadelphia's Municipal Stadium, have left the Cadets "impressed with the Mid dies, despite their so-so 4-3-1 record. "When only one soph (guard John Hewitt) can break into the first two units, then the club must have something," Hall said. "They have two fine quarterbacks in Joe Tranchini and Jim Maxfield. Actually after last year's game (Army won 22-6), we figured that Tranchini would be one of the best quarterbacks in the country, and then Maxfield goes and beats him out in mid-season. Now we understand that Maxfield's injury (suffered against Maryland Nov. 7) is not as bad as anticipated and he is back working out." tFIFTH mm PINT CODE 2089B CODE 2089C StrwgHl Bourbon Whiiley 90.4 hoof mtKu mstuuno co. inc. miM,ni.
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